It was only a matter of time and it’s finally happened; mobile internet usage worldwide has finally surpassed the traditional desktop/PC. The results come via a report from StatCounter, originally reported on via TechChrunch, that states that 51.2 of internet usage in October 2016 was performed via mobile devices compared to just 48.7% from desktop. Read More Mobile phones and tablets are cheaper, so there maybe more people who use them to browse the web. But, I think a survey with a lot of voters from around the world would be a more accurate way of finding out the percentage of real people who use a PC or phone to browse the web. Relying on Statcounter or Google Analytics may count the millions of bots online which either uses a desktop, mobile, or no user agent profile to visit a website. Bots are not real people because bots are made with software which visit websites to do tasks like make a site or video on a website look like it has more traffic to make it look like it is worth more money. I bet, some mobile users maybe using a tablet, smartphone, Android based Mini PC, 2-in-1 tablet like the Microsoft Surface Pro with a keyboard, and an Android based emulator software like Bluestacks on Windows, and Mac PC at the same time which may make it look like more people are using mobile devices to browse websites when it is just many people using 2 or more mobile devices at once to browse the web. A lot of desktop and laptops at homes, libraries, schools, and work places are also shared with many users, so one PC can have many users per day.